Previous Projects & Winners

EUCPN Previous projects & winners

2015

On 17-18 December 2015, the Best Practice Conference (BPC) was held in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg. It was again a great success since 20 countries participated with their best national crime prevention projects, focusing on the theme Cybercrime.

 

The 2015 ECPA was awarded to the Dutch entry: 'SME Cybersecure, Cybersecurity Business edition'. The delegation received a check of 10 000 euro. The second place went to the German entry: 'Media Heroes'. And Luxembourg got the thirs place for their entry: 'Bibi and friends'.

2014

On 4-5 December 2014, the Best Practice Conference (BPC) was held in Rome, Italy. It was again a great success since 20 countries participated with their best national crime prevention projects, focusing on the theme Prevention in Trafficking in Human Beings.

 

HopeNow

04 June 2015

This is the Danish ECPA entry for 2014. The theme was Trafficking in Human Beings.

2014 ECPA winning projects - Translations

27 February 2015

Open your eyes! There are people who can help you!

This is the Bulgarian ECPA entry for 2014. The theme was Trafficking in Human Beings.

2013

On 11 December 2013, the Best Practice Conference (BPC) was held in Vilnius, Lithuania. It was again a great success since 18 countries participated with their best national crime prevention projects, focusing on the theme Prevention in domestic violence.

Relation Violence Center (RVC)

11 December 2013

Sweden
The project started in 2007 and is still running.
Last review: October 2015

 

CO3

To put an end to violence in families, prevent repetition and improve the living situation of family members in a long-lasting and efficient way through an integral process chain model for supra-organisational cooperation.

2012

On 4 December 2012, Cyprus Presidency has announced the winner of the European Crime Prevention Award (ECPA), during the Best Practice Conference (BPC) 2012. The theme was 'Community Policing as a Tool for Crime Prevention, related to Burglaries, Domestic Violence and Juvenile Delinquency'.

 

The European Crime Prevention Award 2012 was given to Denmark, with their project 'Your Police Officer'. Honourable mentions were made for the Swedish project 'Neighbourhood Watch in Multi-Family Dwellings' and the Estonian project 'Web-Constable'.

2011

There were 17 entries for the Best Practive Award 2011. The prize for the best project was won by Germany.